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Category > Geometry Posted 30 Oct 2017 My Price 15.00

How do you convert 315 degrees into radians?

 

 

74π

radians

 

To change from degrees to radians use the following formula:

 

degrees(π

radians/180 degrees)

the (π180)

means that for every π radians you go around the unit circle, you've gone 180

degrees.

 

So, taking our 315

degrees and plugging into our equation we get:

 

315

degrees(π radians/180 degrees)

The "degrees" cancel out, then we are left with:

 

315180π

radians

 

315

and 180 are both divisible by 45

, so

 

315180=74

 

So, then we just need to multiply by π

radians and we get:

 

74π

radians = 74π radians

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Status NEW Posted 30 Oct 2017 01:10 PM My Price 15.00

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